Your 20’s and 30’s can feel like an endless list of questions, decisions, and changes.
What do I want to do with my life?
Should I take this job or apply for another one?
Can I afford to live on my own or do I have to live with my parents?
Why am I still on an emotional roller coaster when I’m not a teenager anymore?
Am I ever going to be independent?
Should I stay with my boyfriend or move-on?
Will I ever get married?
How do I juggle work and family?
What do I do about my in-laws?
Young adulthood comes with so many questions largely because it is a time of significant transitions.
And with significant transitions comes significant stress. Whether stress is due to events that are generally perceived as positive, (such as graduating, starting a new job, getting married or welcoming a baby,) or negative, (such as the death of a loved one, separation or divorce, losing your job, or conflict with parents or in-laws,) stress can have a serious impact on our physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
If you find yourself struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, past trauma or coping with stress, know that I can provide a safe and supportive place for you to process your questions and gain the confidence you need to overcome these challenges.
If you are considering therapy, please call me for a free phone consultation. I’d be happy to answer any questions that you may have and discuss whether I would be the best person to help you through this season.
- Academic Stress
- Work Stress
- Dating relationships
- Grief & Loss
- Trauma History
- Relationships with Parents
- Stress of Living with Parents
- Marital Stress
- Spiritual questions